Paul T. Jaeger

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Co-Director
Areas of Expertise eGovernment, Inclusion, LIS Education

 

Paul T. Jaeger, Ph.D., J.D., is Associate Professor and Diversity Officer of the College of Information Studies and Co-Director of the Information Policy and Access Center at the University of Maryland. Dr. Jaeger’s research focuses on the ways in which law and public policy shape information behavior, particularly for underserved populations. He is the author of more than one hundred and twenty-five journal articles and book chapters, along with seven books. His most recent books are Information Worlds: Social Context, Technology, & Information Behavior in the Age of the Internet (Routledge, 2010) with Gary Burnett; and Public Libraries and the Internet: Roles, Perspectives, and Implications (Libraries Unlimited, 2011) with John Carlo Bertot and Charles R. McClure; and Disability and the Internet: Confronting a Digital Divide (Lynne Rienner, 2012). His research has been funded by the Institute of Museum & Library Services, the National Science Foundation, the American Library Association, the Smithsonian Institution, and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, among others. Dr. Jaeger is Co-Editor of Library Quarterly, Co-Editor of the Information Policy Book Series from MIT Press, and Associate Editor of Government Information Quarterly.

 

Publications

Public Libraries and E-Government - 2012

Date: 26 Jun 2012
Authors: NULL
Subject: E-Government, Public Libraries

2010-2011 Public Library Funding and Technology Access Survey: Survey Findings and Results

Date: 21 Jun 2011
Authors: John Carlo Bertot, Kathryn Sigler, Elizabeth DeCoster, Abigail McDermott, Sarah M. Katz, Lesley A. Langa, and Justin M. Grimes
Subject: Broadband, Community/Public Access, Digital Literacy/Training, E-Government, Employment, Library Funding, Library Technology, Public Libraries

2010-2011 Public Library Funding and Technology Access Survey: Executive Summary

Date: 21 Jun 2011
Authors: John Carlo Bertot, Kathryn Sigler, Elizabeth DeCoster, Abigail McDermott, Sarah M. Katz, Lesley A. Langa, and Justin M. Grimes
Subject: Broadband, Community/Public Access, Digital Literacy/Training, E-Government, Employment, Library Funding, Library Technology, Public Libraries